The legendary tech company Samsung is currently working on the ISOCELL 600 megapixel sensor. It was revealed in a recent leak. The 600 megapixel camera can work to maintain the detail of zoom shots in 4K and 8K video recording. Samsung’s 600-megapixel camera is currently in the developing phase.
Tipster gave information
Popular tipster Ice Universe said in an S tweet that Samsung is currently working on a 600-megapixel sensor and it can be 1 / 0.57 inch in size. This camera sensor can be bigger than any smartphone sensor given so far. Speaking of now, Huawei is giving a 1 / 1.28 inch sensor in its P40 Pro + smartphone, which is the largest among smartphone sensors at the moment.
Developing is not easy
Tipster has also shared a leaked image of this upcoming Samsung sensor. Based on leaked documents, it is said that Samsung may have faced many challenges related to its development before launching the ISOCELL 600 megapixel sensor.
Try to reduce camera bump
According to an internal document found by Lextor, the company is working on reducing the camera bump due to the 600MP sensor on the rear panel of the phone. Right now it becomes 22mm after putting it on the rear panel. The document states that it takes a 12 percent share on the back panel of the smartphone.
Waiting for launch
No information has been revealed about how long the company will launch the 600-megapixel sensor. However, it is definitely decided that Samsung may have to work hard before offering this sensor in smartphones. As of now, Samsung is offering 108 megapixel sensors in its Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones.